Under Contract NAS8-36861 sponsored by NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, the United Technologies Research Center is conducting an investigation of the feasibility of remote optical diagnostics to measure temperature, species concentration and velocity at the exit of the Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME). This is a two phase study consisting of a conceptual design phase followed by a laboratory experimental investigation. The first task of the conceptual design studies is to screen and evaluate... Topics: ALGORITHMS, NONLINEARITY, REDUNDANCY, SERVOMECHANISMS, SERVOMOTORS, SYSTEMS INTEGRATION,...
byMacmurchy, Angus; Denison, J. Shirley (John Shirley); Canada. Railway Act (1906); Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada
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byTimothy P. Ellsworth-Bowers; Jason Glenn; Erik Rosolowsky; Steven Mairs; Neal J. Evans II; Cara Battersby; Adam Ginsburg; Yancy L. Shirley; John Bally
We present a new distance estimation method for dust-continuum-identified molecular cloud clumps. Recent (sub-)millimeter Galactic plane surveys have cataloged tens of thousands of these objects, but detailed study of their physical properties requires robust distance determinations. We derive Bayesian distance probability density functions (DPDFs) for 770 objects from the Bolocam Galactic Plane Survey in the longitude range 7.5 < l < 65. The DPDF formalism is based on kinematic... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1304.4597v1